Reviewed By chett r (Albuquerque, NM) —4/26/2017 8:25 PM
with two people it's ridiculously easy.
Reviewed By JEFF L (EMMAUS, PA) Reviewed for a 2002 Ford Econoline —4/26/2017 12:57 PM
Got these for my work van. I have a set on my Jeep for 12 years and they still look great. Not bad to install but heat is a good idea. I did mine on a sunny day when it was about 70 out, laid them both in the sun for a few minutes and it helped the guards flex a bit easier although I was afraid of breakin them once. They do need to flex quite a bit to get inside the channel. Once they were in I put the windows up and needed to help get them up over the lip of the guard.
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